Now it is clear who the Swede will face in the first round.
It will be something to bite into.
Waiting on the other side of the net is the Norwegian Casper Ruud, who is fourth in the world ranking.
— This is what you dream of, this is where you want to play your best tennis, and getting through a qualifier is very tough. I am happy with my performance, Ymer told TT after winning the qualifying final against the German Yannick Hanfmann in two straight sets (6–3, 6–4).
— I will take it day by day, I try to be here and now. It triggers me that I could do something big, now I have opened the door, so now it’s just a matter of opening more doors.